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Copper Basin News

Celebrating More Than 50 Years of News Coverage in the Copper Basin Vol. 54 No. 38

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

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Oktoberfest Update, Page 4


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

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Arnold Santos

December 22, 1934 - September 17, 2012 Arnold Santos, 77, passed away on Mon., Sept. 17, 2012 at his home in Kearny with his family by his side. Arnold Santos was born the son of Frances

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According to state law, there are two methods by which police may arrest suspected offenders. The suspect may be physically taken into the department and booked into jail, or the arresting officer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear in court later. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Only criminal citations are listed. All damages are estimates. Items for this report are submitted by the Hayden Police Department and reflect information available at the time of the report. Sept. 8 A verbal warning was issued for faulty equipment.

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Sept. 9 Extra patrol was requested on the 100 block of 4th St. Two male subjects carrying backpacks were observed walking along 177 near Golf Course Rd. As officers pulled up to question the subjects ran. A search of the area was done with negative contact. Suspicious person/ vehicle/circumstance was reported on the 500 block of San Pedro. Sept. 10 A report was received of three subjects trespassing on ASARCO property. A search of the area was done with negative contact. ASARCO advised that they recovered multiple backpacks filled with ore. A verbal warning was issued for a tail light violation. A welfare check was requested on the 600 block HPD, Page 17

Pinal County Sheriff’s Report The Pinal County Sheriff’s Report is taken from the daily logs, based on the information provided by deputies. All persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Sept. 1 Theft of an electric meter box was reported in the 6400 block of North Valentine Road, Dudleyville. Sept. 10 Burglary was reported in the 6000 block of North Valentine Road, Dudleyville. Food and beer were taken from the residence.


September 19, 2012

Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

Sonoran Desert National Monument finalizes resource management plans PHOENIX, Ariz. – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Arizona announced today the issuance of Records of Decision (RODs) and Approved Resource Management Plans for the Lower Sonoran Field Office and the Sonoran Desert National Monument, which set a framework for the management of 1.4 million acres of public lands located in south central Arizona in parts of Maricopa, Pinal, Pima, Gila and Yuma Counties. Major decisions include keeping both the Lower Sonoran area (930,200 acres) and Sonoran Desert National Monument (486,400 acres) open to recreational target shooting. The BLM will implement administrative actions and best management practices to promote

responsible recreational shooting, minimize adverse impacts, and manage these activities in partnership with stakeholders and partners. In addition, about 830,000 acres of the Lower Sonoran area and 157,210 acres of the Sonoran Desert National Monument will remain available for livestock grazing. The plan for the Sonoran Desert National Monument Decision Area is required by Presidential Proclamation 7397, which designated the Monument. The Proclamation allows grazing north of Interstate Highway 8 only to the extent that the BLM determines that grazing is compatible with the protection of the biological, scientific and historic objects of the Monument. The Proclamation also BLM, Page 17

Kearny Police Report

According to state law, police may arrest suspected offenders by two methods. The suspect may be physically taken into the department and booked into jail, or the arresting officer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear in court later. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Only criminal citations are listed. All damages are estimates. Sept. 9 Criminal damage was reported at Kearny Town Hall. Several windows and a glass door were broken apparently from a blunt object. No entry was attained. Sept. 12 Theft was reported on the 400 block of Ivanhoe. Items in the back yard of the residence were reported missing. Other calls included 11 ambulance runs; eight information reports; two lost property reports; three open door reports; one field interview report; one 911 hang-up report; one agency assist; four suspicious person/vehicle/ circumstance reports; one extra patrol request; and one domestic disturbance report. Verbal warning for the week included one for faulty equipment; one for a headlight violation; one for speed; one for no current registration/no-valid driver’s license; and one for a stop sign violation. A written warning was issued for speed and two red tag warnings were written for residential parking violations.

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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

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September 19, 2012

Oktoberfest trivia and Animal Blessings By Rosalind Padilla Just a bit of trivia for those who are new to the community, Oktoberfest began as an arts and crafts fair with the Gold Wings motorcycle group the original sponsors in the early 1970’s according to the Late Lyman Radcliff. Through the years Oktoberfest has been held at Hubbard Park, the former swimming pool now Teen Center, Community Center and mall area on Alden Street. Local crafters have gathered throughout the years to have a chance to sell their handmade articles. At some point in the later 1990’s the Chamber took over the Saturday festivities. At the same time Virgil Thompson was sponsoring a very successful Car Show and as a Chamber Board member he suggested that the

two events combine as one weekend activity and the rest is history. The theme ‘A Blast from the Past’ was suggested by Dennis Sartor when he took over in 2006. New to Oktoberfest this year is ‘The Blessing of the Animals’. Every year around the nation, pets are blessed on Oct. 4, which is St. Francis of Assisi Day. Since this special day is the same week as Oktoberfest, the Blessings will take place on Sat., Oct 6 at the kiosk by the caboose in the Railway Park. St. Francis was known for the love of animals of all types. His statue appears in many gardens. According to Kevin Mackin, a Franciscan Friar, “Every creature is important; the love we give to a pet and receive from a pet can draw us more deeply into a larger

circle of love.” This is a nondenominational ceremony; all animals must be on a leash or in an animal carrier. The Pinal County Animal Control Unit will be on hand to assist. By next week, we will know if they will be bringing animals that can be adopted for a small fee. This event is not limited to children and their pets, adults are welcome to bring their pets also between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., Sat., Oct 6. Food and merchandise booths will be in the mall area of Alden Street on Friday and Saturday with games and dance party for the children on Saturday. Get your favorite salsa ready for judging on Saturday. After the Car Show gear your appetite for the Hot Dog Eating contest which ends the Oktoberfest activities.

Tri-Community Visitors Center has fundraising event with “A Taste of Oracle” On September 22, 2012 the Oracle Women’s Network (O.W.N.) will host ‘A Taste of Oracle’ at the Village Square, 1995 W. American Ave. in Oracle from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., a fundraiser to benefit the Tri-Community Visitor’s Center. Oracle Women’s Network (O.W.N.) is a group of Oracle business owners and managers who have decided to concentrate their efforts on creating a Tri-Community Visitors Center. Once complete, this visitor’s center will be more than a place to pick up information about businesses in the Tri-Community area. The long-term goal of this project is to have a place where bicyclists and other visitors can stop and rest in the shade or have a picnic lunch; where the building and the landscaping is inviting and attractive to the

visitors of Oracle. In order to make it possible, O.W.N. would like to get more local businesses and community members involved in this effort. Come experience what local businesses and churches have to offer by visiting their booths for information or to peruse their wares for sale. There will be food to taste, live music to tap a toe to, and children’s events to beat the band! Join in the silent auction, and buy raffle tickets for chances to win one of nine beautiful gift baskets, such as the Tea Basket donated by Elaine’s Music Studio, Western Basket donated by Sue and Jerry’s Ranch Store, Baby Basket donated by Family First Pregnancy Center, Salon Basket donated by Annie’s Hair Studio, and more. O.W.N. Members are currently pre-selling raffle

tickets for $1 each or $5 for 6. Local artists will have works hung in the future location of the Tri-Community Visitors Center and area musicians will be performing during the event. The Oracle Fire Department will be on hand, selling water and grilled sweet corn. The Copper Corridor Mobile Visitors Center will be in attendance showcasing spots to visit along the Copper Corridor. For more information on the Tri-Community Visitors Center, ‘ A Taste of Oracle’ event or to reserve your booth, contact Nancy at 520 850-1667 or Sedona at 520 400-8250 or email Sedona@ sedonasunrise.com. If you would like more information about this topic or to interview Sedona Sunrise, please call Sedona Sunrise at 520.400.8250 or email Sedona@sedonasunrise.com.


September 19, 2012

Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

Meet the Central Arizona College Presidential candidates By Chase Kamp Copper Area News Central Arizona College has narrowed down two candidates to replace former President Dennis Jenkins, each sporting an extensive resume and educational acumen. Each will be participating in open forums with the community before the CAC Governing Board makes its selection on Oct. 15. The candidates are current interim CAC President Dr. Doris Helmich and Dr. Ralph Ford, Vice-President of student affairs at Union County College in New Jersey. Experience in community activities, economic development, educational leadership, fiscal stewardship, facilities management and education background were among the qualities desired by the Pinal County Community College District Governing Board. Helmich is available for open on-campus forums on various dates from Sept. 11 to 21. Ford will be available for on-campus forums from Sept. 25 to 28. Helmich was appointed interim President in Nov. 2011 after Jenkins announced his retirement. In her submitted résumé, she cites the improvement of employee morale and a re-focused direction as accomplishments in office. Before her appointment, she served as Dean of students and chief student affairs officer for CAC. She received her doctorate in higher education administration from Johnson

and Wales University. In an extensive interview video, Helmich said the economic downturn and a decline in state funding means community colleges need to focus specifically on career preparation. “We need to get back to why community colleges started to begin with, which was to train the workforce,” Helmich said. “Career and technical education are absolutely where the college needs to provide emphasis right now.” Helmich said her vision for CAC involves bolstering what happens in the classroom and making the product provided for students as relevant as possible within the realm of economic development. “I sit on two economic development groups to listen to what we’re talking about in terms of economic development for Pinal County,” she said. “The county is about to recruit some high-end manufacturing companies, and the institution needs to stay ahead of all of that.” Ford has served as vice president of student services for Union County College in New Jersey since 2005. Prior to that, he was Dean of enrollment management and student services as well as a psychology instructor at Odessa College. In his video interview, Ford said the training and classes providing by the college needs to be dynamic and in sync with the changing needs of the area. “The vision has to be: what are the education needs of

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the area, and do we have any possibility in fulfilling those,” he said, “and also considering possibilities, not just the immediate needs.” Ford said he hopes to see faculty and staff, both fulltime and adjunct, buy into his vision for the future of the college if chosen as President. “Frankly, the reason I want to come is because in a few years I want to say ‘We’re the most successful and dedicated college, and we have the outcomes to prove it,’” he said. “That is my wish for people to buy in to.” Interview videos with both candidates, as well as open forum schedules, are available online at the CAC website, CentralAZ.edu.

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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

September 19, 2012

Blazers host second annual community fast pitch softball game The Blazers team made up of past 16u, current 12u players, and a coach were looking to walk away with a win this evening after losing

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Silva, the community team didn’t hold anything back. On the mound for the community team Angel Gonzales kept the Blazer batters off balance with his repertoire of pitches. The Community team stretched their lead to 8-1, and the Blazers fought back getting to 8-5, in the final innings the Community team bats were to much led by another homerun this time by sealing the victory for the Community team with a final score of 19-7. The Blazers 12u also made a trip to Oro Valley

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September 19, 2012

Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

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Panthers hand Junior High Cats first loss of season By Richard Bravo The Ray Junior High Cats and Superior Panthers came into last Tuesdays game with identical records of 2-0, but it was the Junior Cats leaving the contest with their first loss of the season losing to Panthers 33-0. The Panthers seemed to be too much for the

Bearcats as they dominated the game both offensively and defensively. The Bearcats started the game from their own 20yard line with the Panthers playing tough on defense. The Bearcats were unable to move the ball and they were forced to punt. The Panthers began their first

possession from their own 35 yard line. A fumble on the third play gave the ball back to the Bearcats with good field position. The Bearcats were unable to capitalize on the turnover and go three and out and are forced to punt. The Panthers got things rolling as they go 60 yards on two

plays to go ahead 6-0 with 1:36 left in the first quarter. The Bearcats recovered the attempted onside kick on their own 48 yard line giving them good field position, but are stopped from gaining any yards as time expires in the first quarter. The second quarter

consisted of defense and turnovers as both teams traded possessions due to turnovers on downs, fumbles and interceptions. The Bearcats went into the half trailing by just six points. The Panthers dominated the second half holding the Bearcats offense scoreless.

The Panthers scored four times in the half, three offensive touchdowns and one defensive touchdown on an interception return. Although the score was in the Panthers’ favor, our Bearcats never gave up giving 100 percent until the final seconds clicked off the clock.

CVIT keeps growing; students participating in medical, technology, other career training GLOBE, Ariz. - Cobre Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT) reports record enrollment numbers in its Central Programs at 88 percent performance from the previous academic year. One-hundred and twentyeight students from Globe, Miami, Superior, Hayden and San Carlos high schools are taking advantage of college level courses while

still attending high school. The courses are provided at the Gila Pueblo Campus of Gila Community College in Globe. CVIT has added three new programs including, Medical Assistant, Cosmetology and Geology for high school juniors and seniors. Certified Nursing Assistant, Welding, Graphic Design, Fire Science, and Electrical and

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per semester at no cost. CVIT, in partnership with Gila Community College, continues to provide quality postsecondary education to prepare students for successful entry in the global market. For more information concerning the CVIT program, contact Beata Tarasiuk at the GCC Gila Pueblo Campus by calling 425-9654.

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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

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September 19, 2012

Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

Lobos fall 14-30

Lady Lobos posts loss to San Manuel, win over Globe By Nolberto Waddell The Hayden Lady Lobo volleyball team traveled to San Manuel High School on Tuesday September 11, 2012 for a match against the Lady Miners. The match started out good for the Lady Lobos winning the first set in overtime with a score of 28 to 26. The second set was all Lady Lobos as they came out hot hitting their serves and doing a good job of not allowing the Miners to land their serves to win the second set 25 to 20. However, you have to win three sets in order to win the match and the Lady Lobos had a bad melt down in the next three sets. They came out flat in the third set with one serve and a break for all of the set to lose 16 to 25. The fourth set was much the same except for Marlisse Perez who had a run of four serve points but it was not enough as the Lady Lobos lost the fourth set 17 to 25. The fifth set seemed like neither team wanted to win as both would go down the lineup with a serve break point followed by a serve break. The Miners finally put something together to win the fifth set and the match with a 12 to 15 score. The Lady Lobo JV had a good outing winning the match in two sets with lopsided scores of 25 to 16 and 25 to 10 to up their record to two wins against one loss. The Lady Lobos, after the melt down against San Manuel, came back

strong and determined against a tall Lady Tiger team from Globe High School. The Lady Lobos moving and talking and doing everything the way it should be done never allowed the Lady Tigers in any of the sets. The Lobos came out spiking, moving, talking and not allowing the Tigers to land their serves in winning the first set 25 to 19. The second set was a bit closer but the outcome never seemed in doubt. The Lobos kept playing their tenacious game to win 25 to 22 to take a two set to none lead. The Lady Lobos never let the Lady Tigers get into their game in the third set to easily again playing great volleyball to sweep the Lady Tigers in three sets with a final score of 25 to 14. The Lady Lobo JV match against the Lady Tiger JV was a sweep with the Lady Lobo JV winning the two sets with identical lopsided scores of 25 to 12 to up their record to three wins against one loss for the season. The Lady Lobos have two matches this week having traveled to Miami High School on Tuesday September 18 to take on the always tough Lady Vandals and will be back on home court on Thursday September 20 taking on their rivals, the Lady Bearcats. Both matches have a 5:00 p.m. starting with the JV teams on the court first followed by the varsity match at 6:00 p.m.

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Hayden’s Adrian Ochoa (#7) tries to avoid being tripped up by a Panther defender. (James Carnes photo)

Hayden’s Aaron Lagunas (#10) and Superior’s Ray Villobos (#17) tumble out of bounds after the ball gets loose. (James Carnes photo)

By Nolberto Waddell Hayden traveled to Superior to take on the Panthers and for three quarters of the game, it was a hard fought hardhitting football game that had a score of 14 to 16 at the end of the third quarter. A bad snap on a punt that resulted in a blocked punt that went out of bounds gave Superior the twopoint lead. The fourth quarter was a disaster for the Lobos. Fumbles and bad snaps on third down situations along with the yellow flags, and sometimes the lack of a yellow flag, was the downfall of the Lobos as Superior scored two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter to hand the Lobos a 14 to 30 loss. The Lobos next game will be a trip to Mesa to take on the high scoring team from Mesa Prep on Friday, Sept. 21, with the kick-off set for 7:00 p.m. The game will be played at Gilbert Christian High School.

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The Lobos’ Eric Rivera (#20) slips through the grasp of a Panther defender. (James Carnes photo)


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Bearcats hold off Apaches in Homecoming thriller By Richard Bravo The Ray Bearcat football team hosted the Apaches of Fort Thomas last Friday for Homecoming as they escaped with a 46-42 victory in front of an ecstatic crowd at Dave McFee Memorial Field. The Bearcats were anxious to get this game started and received the opening kickoff. Special team player Dominic Bravo took the kick and ran 30 yards to put the Bearcats in good field position at the Apache 44 yard line. It didn’t take long for the Bearcats offense to make their presence known as quarterback Destry Yocum hit receiver Bravo on a quick slant for a 30 yard touchdown pass. Yocum then hit Bravo on the two-point conversion play to put the Bearcats up 8-0 early in the first quarter. The Bearcat defense was set to take the field and like the offense, they made their presence known. Linebacker Clarence Baptismo striped the ball out of an Apache ball carriers hands on their third play of offense and it was quickly picked up by Bravo to give the Bearcats the ball on their own 45 yard line. The Apache defense did not allow the Bearcats to capitalize on the turnover when they forced the Bearcats to give the ball right back on a failed attempt on fourth down. With a little momentum on their side after the stop on fourth down, the Apaches found it difficult to move the ball against the Bearcat defense as they go three and out and are forced to punt. Punt returner Jacob Wernett got the Bearcat fans on their feet when he returned the punt 64 yards for a Bearcat touchdown. However, a yellow flag on the field for a block in the back denied Wernett of the touchdown taking the ball back to the 45yard line of the Bearcats. The Apaches played tough on defense forcing the Bearcat offense to punt after just three plays. Punter Jacob Pace with an excellent punt pinned the apaches back at their own 10 yard line. The Apaches offense started to click as

they moved the ball with a mix of run and pass plays to drive down the field 80 yards putting them in good position to score at the end of the first quarter. The Apaches started the second quarter taking only two plays to punch it in for their first points of the game. The two point conversion was successful tying the game at 8-8 with 11:25 left in the first half. With another terrific run back of 35 yards by Bravo on the kickoff the ball was placed on the Apache 45 yard line, but a block in the back penalty added another 10 yards to spot the ball on the 35. The Bearcats took only four plays to score as running back Nick Lara crosses the goal line from 1 yard out to put the Bearcats up 14-8. After a touchback by kicker Daniel Harmon the Apaches start from their own 20 yard line. The Apaches quickly moved the ball up field on two big receiver screen passes to put the ball in Bearcat territory. The Apaches tried another pass down field but, Bearcat linebacker Bravo stepped in front of the Apache receiver to intercept the pass and ran 46 yards before being brought down at the Apache 35 yard line. The Bearcats capitalized on the turnover when running back Wernett took the hand off and scrambled 10 yards for another Bearcat touchdown to put them up 20-8. The Apaches answered back as they go 60 yards in 5 plays on their next offensive possession to cut the lead to just six points with 1:19 left in the first half. The Bearcats got the ball back in good field position when the Apaches attempted an onside kick that was recovered by the Bearcats at the Apache 48. With under a minute left in the first half and timeouts remaining, the Bearcats scored again when quarterback Yocum connected with Wernett on an 11 yard touchdown pass with 15 seconds remaining. The two point conversion failed and the Bearcats took a 26-14 lead into the locker

room. The second half of the contest started with the Apaches taking the kickoff back to the Bearcat 45. The Apaches tried to find some solution to pick apart the Bearcat defense and found it in their running game. They quickly scored with just two minutes into the half when the Apache quarterback ran it in on a keeper. The two point conversion was good and the Bearcats held a four point lead with 10:00 left in the third quarter. The Apaches attempted the onside once again and unlike their previous attempt they were able to come up with the ball at mid field. The Apaches struck right away hitting a pass for 40 yards to the Bearcat 10 yard line. Two plays later, the Apache ball carrier ran it in for the score. The two point conversion was good and the Apaches took their first lead of the game 30-26. The Apaches did not want to give the lead back to the Bearcats and tightened up their defense as they held the Bearcats on their following possession.

After a booming punt by Pace of 60 yards the Bearcats were unable to pin the Apaches deep in their own territory when the Apache returner ran 32 yards to their own 40 yard line. The Apaches drove the Bearcat defense forcing another turnover as the ball carrier from the Apaches lost the ball and it was recovered by the Bearcats on their own 46-yard line. The Bearcats made the Apaches pay for their mistake when Wernett took the hand off on the second play of the drive and out ran the Apache defense for a 50-yard touchdown. The two-point conversion failed giving the Bearcats a 32-30 lead going into the fourth quarter. In the final quarter of play the Apaches found themselves with the ball on their own 3 yard line trailing the Bearcats by two points. It took only a minute in the quarter to change that as the Apaches go 97 yards in four plays to retake the lead 36-32 with 11:00 left in the game. Special team player Bravo allowed the Apaches only

a few seconds to celebrate their lead. Bravo took the ensuing kickoff 70 yards for his second touchdown of the night putting the Bearcats back on top 38-36 early in the fourth quarter. With a good return on the kickoff, the Apaches started their drive from their own 42-yard line. Not wasting much time off the clock, the Apaches celebrated another 42 yards on 5 plays to gain back the lead 42-36 with 8:32 left in the game. The Apaches did not take any chances of another run back and they attempted the onside kick, but failed to recover, giving the Bearcats the ball on their own 44-yard line. The Bearcat offense worked with a short field stay on the ground pounding the Apache defense when quarterback Yocum capped the drive with a 5-yard touchdown run. The two point conversion was good by Wernett, giving the Bearcats a 46-42 lead with 5:11 left in the game. With plenty of time left in the game the Apaches put all the pressure on the Bearcat defense when they marched

down the field setting up a first and goal from the Bearcat 10 yard line. The Bearcats did not fold under pressure and stopped the Apaches on the first three attempts setting up a fourth and goal. With the game on line for the Bearcats, Wernett came up with the game winning stop as he sacked the Apache quarterback in the back field forcing the Apaches to turn the ball over on downs with two minutes left in the game. The Bearcats offense needed to run down the clock to secure their victory. They came up big on the third down when Wernett shined again with a Bearcat first down. Quarterback Yocum took a knee on the following to run the clock out and gave the Bearcats a 46-42 Homecoming victory. The Bearcats racked up a total of 418 yards of offense. Quarterback Yocum completed 8 passes for 92 yards and two touchdowns. Running back Wernett led the rushing attack with 127 yards on 11 carries and 2 touchdowns, Yocum added Bearcats, Page 13


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First, Freshmen

Second, Juniors

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Bearcats Continued from Page 12 75 yards on 8 carries and 1 touchdown, Baptismo had 33 yards on 10 carries, and Lara had 2 carries for 10 yards and one touchdown. Receiving Bravo had 4 catches for 56 yards and one touchdown, and Baptismo with 2 catches for 25 yards. Bravo came up big on special teams with 135 yards and a touchdown. Defensively, Wernett had a stellar performance as he led the defense with 12 tackles, 3

assist and 5 sacks, Yocum had 8 tackles and 2 assist, Bravo had 7 tackles, 1 assist, and an interception, Pace had 5 tackles, 3 assist, and 2 sack, Rexx Sosa and Ryan Bickley helped out with 4 tackles each. The Bearcats hope to continue their winning streak as they travel to Cibecue to take on the Wildcats Friday at 2:00 pm. If you cannot attend a game, you may also follow the Bearcats on the Copper Basin Facebook page at www. fb.com/copperarea during their games for score updates. Good luck Bearcats!

Third, Sophomores

Fourth, Seniors

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Pastor’s Corner – Believing God is Good Manages My Anger By Joe Palmer Pastor, Fellowship Baptist Church I cannot live rationally and happily without

assuming that God is there and that He is good. He gives me a reason to live and a reason to love. As I said last week, if I do

not trust God to take care of me, then I will impose upon other people to do so, and I will become angry with them when they don’t.

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Tuesday: Morning Fellowship: 10 a.m. Wednesday: Kid’s Club 4-5:30 p.m. Wednesday: Salt & Light Company (Youth): 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Dinner and Bible Study: 6-7 p.m.

SAN PEDRO VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH

Kearny Ward - 200 Hammond Road Sunday Worship - 9:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Meetings: A United Methodist Church in cooperation Sacrament: 9-10:10 a.m. with The Episcopal Church and The Sunday School: 10:20-11 a.m. Evangelical Lutheran Church of America Priesthood, Relief Society, YW: 11:10 a.m.-12 p.m. We stand in awe of God and of one another Evening Meetings: Pastor Nina Yardley Wednesday: You can find us at the bottom of school hill in Kearny Relief Society Personal Enrichment: (bi-monthly) 520-363-7283 6:30-8 p.m. www.thegoodshepherd.pbworks.com Thursday: YM/YW (Mutual) & Scouts 7-8 p.m. LIGHTHOUSE ASSEMBLY OF GOD Bishop Bradley Baker Study: (520) 363-7481 Welcomes you! Foyer & Library 363-7771, Residence (520) 356-6391 Hwy. 77, MP 134,1/2 mile south of Winkelman Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Worship: Evening Worship: 6:30 p.m. Tilbury & Danbury, Kearny • Joe Palmer, Pastor Wednesday Family Night: 7 p.m. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. David Wade, Pastor 356-7414, 356-6718 Worship Service: 10:45 a.m.

KEARNY CHURCH OF CHRIST 103 Hammond Drive, Kearny Serving All of the Copper Basin Area Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Evening Worship: 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. Daniel Foster, Minister 363-7711

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Corner of Upton & Croydon, Kearny Worship Service: 11 a.m. Evening Service: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Family Night: 6:30 p.m. James Hosea, Jr., Pastor 363-7129

Dudleyville Road, Dudleyville Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship: 11 a.m. Spanish Service: 5 p.m. Evening Service: 6 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting: 7 p.m. Tim King, Pastor • 520-827-0820

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emotion at the wrong time for the wrong reasons. If we are regularly angry, then few people will want to be around us. To dispel inappropriate anger in ourselves we need to trust God with whatever is frightening us. We need to let Him handle the danger

I have found, however, that God is good and trustworthy, and this makes it a little bit easier for people to put up with me. I have a temper, and on one occasion, I was very angry with a person with whom I was having a dispute. I sat and pondered what I had counseled others. I had said on many occasions that an angry person is usually a frightened person. So I asked myself what I was afraid of. In that particular case, I was afraid of losing my status as a leader. What was I to do? I gave the situation into God’s hands. I trusted Him to preserve my status or to change it for the better. Because God is good and loves me, He is always going to cause all things to work together for my good (Romans 8:28). Trusting in God’s care for me, I relaxed and let go of the anger. The result of choosing to trust God rather than fight actually gave me more credibility as a leader and improved my status. Anger is an appropriate emotion to move us to stand up against injustice or danger, but more often than not, we generate this

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Welcomes you! 300 Mt. View Road, Hayden Weekday Mass: M-W, F & S) 8:30 a.m. Saturday Vigil: 5:30 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8 a.m. & 10 a.m. Father Robert A. Rodriguez, Pastor 356-7223

KEARNY SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH

302 Danbury, Kearny, 363-9573 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship Sunday Evening 6 p.m. Wednesday Night Bible Study 7 p.m. Joseph Thoms, Supplied Pastor

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we dread. Then we can relax, be at peace and enjoy the people around us. If you would like to talk with me (Pastor Joe Palmer of Fellowship Baptist) about it, email me at joeandsuzypal@yahoo. com.

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Attention Hayden and Winkelman Residents: voter registration is coming The Gila County Recorder Sadie Jo Tomerlin will be conducting voter registration drives on Oct. 2, 2012, at Hayden Town Hall from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and Winkelman Town Hall from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Mon. Oct. 8 will be the last day to register to vote in the Nov. 6 general election. For more information, contact the Gila County Recorder’s Office at 928-402-8734 or 928-402-8731.

Pinal County 4-H volunteers needed Do you have a talent or skill that you would like to share with or teach to young people? Are you interested in giving back to your community? If so, you might be interested in becoming a Pinal County 4-H Volunteer Leader. Pinal County 4-H needs community club leaders to provide guidance to the clubs that meet about once a month, and conduct their business. Project leader volunteer to work under guidance and partnership of a community club leader, they can set their own schedule to meet with a 4-H member and help them develop a passion for the things they enjoy, like woodworking, caring for animals, cooking, sewing and a whole lot more. Resource leaders, who are not fully certified as club volunteers, but can make short-term commitments to assist project volunteers in helping youth learn a skill and parent helpers, of all kinds, are also sought. Arizona 4-H has a role for you, no matter what your interests or abilities. Don’t worry if you don’t think you know enough to teach others. As a caring adult, you can learn right alongside young people and have fun in the process. So, what are you waiting for? If you are interested, call 520-836-5221 and talk to Becca, Kim or Maria. Also, check out the 4-H website at Extension.Arizona. edu/4H, for more information. DIRECTV – LowEsT PRICIng & FREE InsTaLL! • FREE NFL Sunday Ticket • 3 months FREE of HBO, Showtime, Cinemax & Starz • SAVE up to $30 every month the 1st year

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This ‘N That • COPPER BASIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2012 THEME The theme for the Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce’s activities for 2012 is “Celebrating Statehood, 100 Years, With Rails and Trails.” If you have favorite stories of the rails and trails of the Copper Basin area contact the Copper Basin News and they will assign their reporters to write your story or you can contact Rosalind Padilla through the Chamber office. • KEARNY ELKS LODGE MEETINGS Kearny Elks Lodge #2478 meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 7 p.m. The lounge has a new schedule of Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 5 – 8 p.m. • VOTER REGISTRATION Attention Hayden-Winkelman Residents: The Gila County Recorder Sadie Jo Tomerlin will be conducting voter registration drives at the following locations and times: Hayden October 2 at Hayden Town Hall 9 a.m. – noon ; and Winkelman at Winkelman Town Hall 1 – 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 8, will be the last day to register for the Nov. 6 General Election. For more information call 928-402-8734 or 928-402-8731. • EARLY HEAD START ENROLLMENT The Mammoth/Winkelman Early Head Start is accepting enrollment applications for children 0-3 years for the 2012-2013 school year. Children must be three before Aug. 31, 2012, and parents need to bring in proof of birth, guardianship, income and immunizations. Children with disabilities accepted. Call 520-487-2843 for more information. • ADULT BOY SCOUT LEADERS NEEDED Boy Scouts of America, Troop 872, based in Kearny and sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of LDS is searching for Adult Leaders that are willing to volunteer time and talents to assist in building the next generation of leaders. If interested please call 520363-0304 or email Kearny.baker@gmail.com.Boy Scouts of America requires that all leaders submit an application, have a background check, and complete Youth Protection Training. • DUDLEYVILLE BURN BAN Effective May 1 – Sept. 30, a Burn Ban will be in effect for the Dudleyville Volunteer Fire District, which includes the areas of Dudleyville, Indian Hills and Aravaipa. All permits will expire May 1s Agricultural permits, even though issued for one year, are null and void in our district while the burn ban is in place. • IN HONOR OF ADRIANA CRUZ In honor of Adriana Cruz, the Sophomore Class of Hayden High School has established a memorial account, the Adriana Cruz Memorial Fund, at Bank of the West, for anyone wishing to help her family. A memorial t-shirt sale will also take place. For questions, contact Rosemary Garner at 520-444-7692 or Liz Encinas at 520-275-0233 or Monica Badillo at 520- 591-1122 or Jena Martinez at 520-975-3876. • TOWN OF HAYDEN SUMMER HOURS Effective June 1, summer hours for the Hayden Town Hall , Hayden Senior Center and Hayden Public Library will be from 7 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday – Thursday and closed on Friday. Public Works summer hours will be from 6 a.m. – 2 p.m., Monday – Friday. Additionally, the library will be open evenings on Tuesday from 7-8:30 p.m. • FREE FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES Every Friday night at 7 p.m. at the Fellowship Baptist Church, come for a free movie, free popcorn and free lemonade. See the posters uptown for this week’s family-friendly movie! Bring a pillow to cushion your bumpkin! • KEARNY SENIOR CITIZENS Meetings for the Kearny Senior Citizens are being held at the Constitution Hall once a month, this summer, at 10 a.m. on the last Wednesday of the month, until the end of September. Anyone that is interested is welcome to come and join us. You can call 520-363-7338 for further information.

• EMT CLASSES EMT classes will be held at the CAC Aravaipa Campus beginning on the last Saturday in September. Go online to www.centralaz.edu for more information. • ATTENTION LOBOS FANS 65 AND OLDER The Hayden Winkelman School District is honoring all Lobo fans ages 65 and older who reside in our district with a lifetime Royal Senior Pass. This pass will allow you free admission to all home games. To receive your free pass please fill out the required form at the high school office. If you have any questions contact Lydia Martinez or Barbie Romero at 356-7876. • HAYDEN PUBLIC LIBRARY Sign up your children for the pre-school story hour, which will run on Mondays and Wednesday, starting Sept. 10. For more information call Hayden Public Library at 356-7031. • LOBO BOOSTER CLUB Lobo Booster Club T-Shirts are for sale for $12 each. Money is being raised for scholarships for Hayden High School Class of 2013. Please contact Rhonda Cooper at 356-7108 for more information. • 4-H MEMBERS AND VOLUNTEERS Do you have any youth from ages 9-19 who are interested in joining 4-H in your home? Call 520-357-6445 for more information; or, use the number if you want to find out how to be a volunteer. • FOOD BANK DISTRIBUTION The Copper Basin Food Bank will distribute food on the third Thursday of every month at 1:30 p.m. at Hubbard Park in Kearny. The next distribution date is Sept. 20. Please bring your own box. Donations are accepted. The CBFB is assisted by the Florence Food Bank. Food distribution times may vary each month. Numbers for the distribution will always be given out starting at 11:30 a.m. • KEARNY LIBRARY STORY HOUR Bring your pre-schoolers to the Kearny Library for Story Hour each Thursday, from 1 – 2 p.m. • A TASTE OF ORACLE ‘A Taste of Oracle’ will be held on September 22, 3 – 8 p.m., in Oracle at the Village Square, to benefit the Tri-Community Visitors Center. There will be live music, food, a raffle, booths, a silent auction, activities for the children and more. For more information contact Sedona at 520-400-8250. • FIESTA Blessed Sacrament Parish in Mammoth will have its fiesta on Saturday, Sept. 29, starting at 2 p.m. and ending at midnight. There will be lots of food, games, Mariachis, Folklorico, Queen and her attendants, and a live band. Schedule will be published at a later date. The public is welcome. • OKTOBERFEST IN KEARNY Come celebrate Oktoberfest in Kearny, October 5 and 6. There will be a car show, salsa contest, chili cook-off, vendors, activities for children, a hot dog eating contest, friday night movies a drawing, prizes and more fun. For more information, contact the Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce by calling 520-363-7607 or visit online at www. copperbasinaz.com. • HAYDEN CLASSES 1947-57 Attention Hayden Wolves Classes of 1947-1957: Just a reminder of our class reunion on Saturday, October 6, from noon – 10 p.m., at the Hayden Golf Course. For more information, call Roy Sosa at 480-947-6955. Please bring your own food and drinks. • PUBLIC SQUARE ROSARY RALLY will be held on Saturday, Oct. 13, at 9 a.m. in Winkelman at the corner of Highway 177 and Giffin Avenue (across from the post office). A potluck breakfast is being planned after the rosary. For Further information, please call Sylvia at (928) 812-0576 or Gloria at (928) 812-2139.

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• SUPERIOR ARBORETUM BINGO Superior Arboretum Residents Association BINGO will be held Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at 199 West Gray Drive. • KEARNY ELKS LODGE # 2478 Kearny Elks Lodge # 2478 meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 7 p.m. The lounge has a new schedule of Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 5 – 8 p.m. • MASONS TO MEET Ray-Winkelman Masons Lodge #24 will hold its regular meeting at 318 Fairhaven Road, Kearny, on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. All Masons are invited. A potluck meal will be held prior to the meeting at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to the pot luck. The Order of the Eastern Star meets the second Thursday of each month. • PREGNANCY CARE CENTER HOURS The Pregnancy Care Center in Winkelman, located at Fourth and Thorne Avenues in Winkelman, is open on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. You can call (520) 356-6015 for a confidential appointment.

• COPPER BASIN SPORTSMEN’S CLUB The Copper Basin Sportsmen’s Club provides a shooting and archery range that is ideal for family use. The club meetings are on the third Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. at Constitution Hall. The third Saturday the club holds a practice shooting match, supervised by Ralph Munoz (363-7239) or Brian Young (363-9746). • ST. MARY’S FOOD BANK St. Mary’s Food Bank will be in front of the Court House, on the first Friday of each month. • LOBO BOOSTERS For Lobo Booster Club membership and information, please call Rhonda Cooper at 356-7108. • THE HAND-ME-UP SHOP The Hand-Me-Up Shop hours are Tuesday- Friday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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September 19, 2012

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When recorded return to: Clerk, Pinal County Board of Supervisors P.O. Box 827 Florence, AZ 85132 ORDINANCE NO. PZ-C-002-12 AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, RELATING TO ZONING AND AMENDING THE PINAL COUNTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES CODE, TITLE 2 (COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE), CHAPTER 2.145 “SIGNS, BILLBOARDS, NAME PLATES AND OTHER OUTDOOR ADVERTISING” WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors on February 10, 2010, approved the codification of all Development Services ordinances, and the codification as the Pinal County Development Services Code became effective on March 13, 2010; WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 61862, as amended, is the Pinal County Zoning Ordinance as codified in Title 2 of the Pinal County Development Services Code; and WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the public to amend chapter 2.145 of the county zoning ordinance in the Pinal County Development Services Code to meet current needs. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA: SECTION 1. PCDSC 2.145.020 “Definitions” is amended by adding new definitions, by renumbering the current figure 1 and references thereto as figure 3; by adding a new figure 1 (an example of an “Aframe”); by renumbering the current figure 2 and references thereto as figure 4, and by adding a new figure 2 (an example of a feather banner). The new definitions and new figures are as follows: “A-frame” means any portable upright, rigid self supporting frame sign in the form of a triangle or the letter “A”. (See Figure 1.)

(Figure 1) “Aggregate Sign Area” means the total area in square feet of all signage permitted for a given business. “Banner” means a sign painted or printed on a strip of durable fabric cloth or plastic. “Banner, feather” means a vertical portable sign that contains a harpoonstyle pole or staff driven into the ground for support or supported by means of an individual stand. (See Figure 2).

(Figure 2) “Pennant” means a geometric shaped

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flag made of flexible materials, suspended from one or two corners fastened to a string which is secured or tethered so as to allow movement and used as an attention getting form of media. “Sign, inflated” means a sign held up by helium or blowing air. “Sign, Monument” means a freestanding sign for a commercial, industrial or office site that displays the names of tenants on the site as well as the complex name. These signs are typically integrated into the landscaping for the complex. SECTION 2. PCDSC 2.145.020 “Definitions” is amended by amending the term “Commercial and/or industrial center” to read “Complex: Commercial, Industrial or Office. The definition for this term reads as follows: “Complex; Commercial, Industrial or Office” means a group of two or more businesses associated by a common agreement or common ownership with common parking facilities. SECTION 3. PCDSC 2.145.020 “Definitions” is amended by renumbering figures 3 through 7 as figures 5 through 9 SECTION 4. PCDSC 2.145.020 “Definitions” is amended by deleting the definition for “Sign, Number of Faces On” and deleting the figure showing an example of said definition. SECTION 5. PCDSC 2.145.020 “Definitions” is amended by deleting the figure showing an example for the definition “Sign, portable” and deleting the reference to said figure. SECTION 6. PCDSC 2.145.030 “General Provisions” is amended by amending the section to read as follows: Except as may be further restricted in designated zoning districts, all permitted signs shall be subject to the following: A. Remains the same. B. No sign (nor any portion of a sign) shall rotate, move, or simulate movement by means of fluttering, spinning, or reflection devices. (Not including Temporary Promotional Signs) nor shall it contain an electronic message device except for “time and temperature” signs, nor shall it flash, blink, be audible, or be animated by any means. C – M. Remain the same. N. Repealed by Ord. 012010-AEO. O. Remains the same. P. Signs which identify or advertise uses on other than the property on which they are located shall be permitted only in CB2, C-2 and C-3 zoning districts and all industrial zoning districts. (See PCDSC 2.145.060, Off-premises signs.) Q. Signs which are not permitted in a residential zoning district, but are permitted in the zoning district of the adjacent property shall be set back a minimum of 20 feet from the residential zone. R. Remains the same. S. Portable signs are permitted where indicated for zoning districts provided they are planted securely into the ground, weighted, or otherwise anchored to resist rolling, blowing, tipping over or otherwise moving from a safe location and further provided they are not attached to or sitting upon wheels or trailers. T. A-Frame signs shall not exceed 4 feet in height and 6 square feet per face. A-Frame signs must be located within 15 feet of the building entrance of the business being advertised. One A-Frame sign is allowed per business and shall not be included in the aggregate sign area allowances. SECTION 7. PCDSC 2.145.040 “Exempt signs” is amended by amending subsections “E” and “F” to read as follows: E. Political Signs that meet the requirements in section 2.145.050.E F. Flags, emblems, insignias and posters of any nation, state, international organization, political subdivision or other governmental agency; unlighted nonverbal religious symbols attached to a place of religious worship; and temporary displays (maximum of 30 days) of a patriotic, religious, charitable, or civic character shall be exempt from the provisions of this section; however, if the height exceeds the building height of the zoning district in which it is located, such signs shall be required to go through the Comprehensive Sign Package process prior to their erection. The preceding shall

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not be construed as to permit the use of such flags, insignias, etc., for the purpose of advertising or identifying a product or business. SECTION 8. PCDSC 2.145.050 “Special purpose signs” is amended by amending the term “districts” to “zoning districts” and amending the term “zone” to “zoning district” in subsection A.1, by amending the term “zone” to “zoning district” in subsection A.1.h, and by amending the term “zone” to “zoning district” in subsection B.1 SECTION 9. PCDSC 2.145.050 “Special purpose signs” is amended by amending the heading of subsection “C” and amending subsection “C.1” as follows: C. Temporary Promotional Signs. 1. Promotional Event Types: a. Grand Opening Signs are allowed for a permitted business at the business location during one of the following: 1. An “arms length” change of ownership. 2. Opening a new location. 3. An expansion of floor area of at least 25 percent. b. Sale or Event Signs are signs designed to promote a sale or event or for some other short-term promotional purpose. 2. Allowed Signs: Banners, feather banners, pennants, inflatable structures A-Frame signs subject to PCDSC 2.145.030.T 3. Approvals Required: A temporary sign permit will be required. 4. Time Limitations: a. Permits shall be for a maximum of 45 days 1. Grand Opening Signs shall be permitted no more than once in any 12-month period. 2. Sale or Event Signs shall be permitted no more than twice in any 12-month period. 5. Requirements for all Temporary Promotional Signs a. Located on the property for which the temporary sign permit has been issued b. Cannot be affixed to any utility pole, tree or similar object c. Not permitted in parking aisles d. All sign owners must maintain their signs in a professional manner as to appearance and structure. 6. Additional Banner requirements a. Maximum size: 20 feet by 5 feet b. One-sided c. Securely attached to the building for which the temporary sign permit has been issued. 7. Additional Feather Banner Requirements a. Maximum size: 10 feet in height measured from the base and a maximum of 30 square feet in area. b. Separated from any other sign, driveway or intersection by at least 50 feet, excluding wall mounted and gasoline pricing signs. c. Two feather banners are permitted per tenant up to 20,000 square feet of building area. d. Four feather banners are permitted per tenant over 20,000 square feet of building area. SECTION 10. PCDSC 2.145.050 “Special purpose signs” is amended by listing subsection C.2 as subsection D. “Temporary kiosk sign,” and listing subsections a – l as subsections 1 – 12. SECTION 11. PCDSC 2.145.050 “Special purpose signs” is amended by adding a new subsection E “Political Signs” to read as follows: E. Political Signs 1. Political signs can be located on private property or in public rights-of-way that are owned or controlled by the county, if the following conditions are met. a. The sign is erected no more than 90 days prior to a primary election and removed 15 days after the general election, except that for a sign for a candidate in a primary election who does not advance to the general election, the period ends 15 days after the primary election. b. The sign has a maximum area of 16 square feet if the sign is located in an area zoned for residential use, or a maximum area of 32 square feet if the sign is located in any other area. c. The sign supports or opposes a candidate for public office or it supports or

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opposes a ballot measure. d. The sign is not placed in a location that is hazardous to public safety, obstructs clear vision in the area or interferes with the requirements of the American with disabilities act... 2. If the county deems the placement of a political sign constitutes an emergency, the county may immediately relocate the sign and notify the candidate or campaign committee that placed the sign within 24 hours after the relocation. 3. If a sign is placed in violation of subsection No. 1 above, and the placement is not deemed to constitute an emergency, the county may notify the candidate or campaign committee that placed the sign of the violation and provide 24 hours for its removal. If it is not removed 24 hours after the notification, the county may remove the sign and retain it for 10 business days to allow the candidate or campaign committee to retrieve the sign without penalty. SECTION 12. PCDSC 2.145.060 “Offpremises signs” is amended to read as follows: Off-premises signs (i.e., signs advertising a business, person, place, activity, goods, or products, on a different property from where the sign is located) may be permitted subject to the following conditions and restrictions: A. Off-premises signs other than directional signs described in PCDSC 2.145.040(B) (1) shall be permitted only in the CB-2, C-2, C-3 and all industrial zoning districts. B. No new, relocated, or reconstructed off-premises sign shall be permitted within 200 feet of a residential zoning district. C. Remains the same. D. Remains the same. E. In addition to the general provisions of PCDSC 2.145.030, all off-premises signs shall conform to the following development standards: 1. Maximum height: 20 feet. 2. Maximum area: 160 feet. 3. Shall not be located closer to a street than any existing building within 100 feet thereof, but in no case closer to the street right-of-way than 20 feet. 4. Lighting shall be either internal or by indirect source (shielded and either directed downward with reference to the horizontal plane of the ground surface in accordance with the Pinal County light ordinance). F. A city, town, or unincorporated community with a year-round population of 100 or more, the center of which is within 10 miles of an interstate highway, upon petition by at least 51 adult residents, and approval by the Arizona Department of Transportation, and upon compliance with the special use permit application process requirements (PCDSC 2.150.020) may apply for a special use permit for a “community offpremises sign.” 1. Such community off-premises sign shall be located in commercial and industrial zoning districts. 2. Such community off-premises sign shall have a maximum area of 200 square feet. 3. Such community off-premises sign shall contain only approved copy limited to the following: a. Name of the community. b. A phrase expressing a motto or slogan referring to the community as a whole. c. The direction, route(s), and distance to the community. d. A list of types of services and amenities available in or reasonably near the community. e. The dates of the next community event or festival. 4. Each community shall be limited to one such off-premises sign for each off-ramp at the interstate interchange closest to the center of the community by the most usable route between the interchange and the community. 5. All community off-premises signs shall otherwise comply with all requirements and restrictions for off-premises signs. G. Off-premises signs consisting of banners, pennants or other temporary means of advertising annual special community events, festivals, and similar public gatherings of a not-for-profit nature shall be permitted in office,

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commercial, activity center and industrial zoning districts. Such signs shall obtain temporary sign permits (on a no fee basis) prior to their erection. Permits for such signs shall be for a specific period, after which such signs shall be removed. Such signs shall otherwise comply with the general provisions, and the provisions of the zoning district in which they are to be placed, except that with proper authorization, such signs may be placed within or across the right-of-way of a public street or road. The number of such signs shall be limited to one per entrance to the community by a county or state arterial highway. H. If any off-premises sign contains copy advertising a use, business or product no longer in existence or available; or is left blank or damaged so as to be largely illegible; or is maintained without copy or without “space available” advertising for a period exceeding 180 days (six months), such sign shall be deemed abandoned and such sign shall be removed within 30 days upon written notification. [Ord. 61862 § 2206]. SECTION 13. PCDSC 2.145.070 “Sign regulations specific to the rural or residential districts” is amending by amending the heading and the opening paragraph of the section to read as follows: 2.145.070 “Sign regulations specific to the rural or residential zoning districts” No sign shall be placed or maintained in any Rural, Residential or Transitional zoning district (when used as residential) except as follows: SECTION 14. PCDSC 2.145.080 “Sign regulations specific to light commercial” is amended by amending the heading and section to read as follows: 2.145.080 Sign regulations specific to Local Business, Neighborhood Commercial and Minor Office (CB-1, C-1 and O-1) zoning districts. No sign shall be placed or maintained in any TR (when used as commercial) or CB-1, C-1 or O-1 zoning district except as follows: A. Identification or Advertising. Signs identifying uses permitted in any TR or CB-1, C-1 or O-1 zoning district and not located in a commercial or industrial complex, are permitted subject to the following: 1 – 3. Remain the same. 4. Freestanding signs shall not exceed a height of 12 feet, except that freestanding signs at interstate freeway interchanges (see PCDSC 2.145.020, Definitions) in the CB-1, C-1 or O-1 zoning districts shall not exceed a height of 30 feet. 5. Remains the same. 6. A-Frame Signs, subject to the requirements set forth in PCDSC 2.145.030. B. Remains the same. SECTION 15. PCDSC 2.145.090 “Sign regulations specific to the medium commercial CB-2” is amended by amending the heading and section to read as follows: 2.145.090 Sign regulations specific to the General Business and General Office (CB-2, C-2, C-3 and O-2) zoning districts. No sign shall be placed or maintained in any CB-2, C-2, C-3 or O-2 zoning district except as follows: A. Identification or Advertising (OnPremises). Signs identifying uses permitted in any commercial and office zoning district and not located in an office, commercial or industrial complex, are permitted subject to the following: 1-4. Remain the same. 5. A-Frame Signs, subject to the requirements set forth in PCDSC 2.145.030 B-C. Remain the same. SECTION 16. PCDSC 2.145.100 “Sign regulations specific to the industrial districts” is amended by amending the heading and the section to read as follows: 2.145.100 Sign regulations specific to the industrial zoning districts. No sign shall be placed or maintained in any industrial zoning district except as follows: A. Identification or Advertising Signs (OnPremises). Signs identifying or advertising uses permitted in any industrial zoning district not located in a commercial or

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industrial center are permitted subject to the following: 1-4. Remain the same. 5. A-Frame Signs, subject to the requirements, set forth in PCDSC 2.145.030 B-C Remain the same. SECTION 17. PCDSC 2.145.110 “Sign regulations, specific to the PAD districts and special use permits” is amended by amending the heading and the section to read as follows: 2.145.110 Sign regulations, specific to the PAD zoning districts and special use permits. Permanent and temporary signs are permitted as stipulated in the PAD, or special use permit approval, or (if not stipulated) consistent with the regulations of the underlying zoning district. [Ord. 61862 § 2211]. SECTION 18. PCDSC 2.145.130 “Office complexes, commercial, and industrial centers in the CB-1, CB-2, CI-1, CI-2, CIB, TR, SR, SH, PAD zoning districts” is amended by amending the heading and section to read as follows: 2.145.130 Sign regulations specific to Commercial, Industrial and Office complexes. Signs pertaining to a group of two or more businesses associated by a common agreement or common ownership with common parking facilities are permitted subject to the following regulations: A. Individual business signs shall be in accordance with the following: 1-4. Remain the same. 5. A-Frame Signs, subject to the requirements set forth in PCDSC 2.145.030 B. Monument Signs are permitted subject to the following: 1. One freestanding monument sign is permitted for any lot or parcel with a minimum of 300 feet of arterial or major collector street frontage; provided, that: a. Such signs shall not be counted in the total aggregate sign area for individual business identification. b. The maximum sign area shall not exceed 60 square feet and the maximum height shall not exceed 15 feet. c. Individual tenant signs located on the monument sign shall be no less than 4 square feet in area. d. The sign face shall be located at least 4 feet from the back of sidewalk and a minimum 30’ from a driveway or intersection. 2. One additional freestanding monument sign shall be permitted for each additional 200 feet of arterial or major collector street frontage. Where such additional sign is permitted, it shall be at least 100 feet from any other monument sign. No more than one monument sign per driveway entrance is permitted. Gasoline pricing signs are exempt from the minimum separation between signs. C. Directory signs may be provided for direction (with location numbers and/or arrows) to individual businesses in an office complex or commercial/industrial center in accordance with the following: 1-5. Remain the same. SECTION 19. PCDSC 2.145.140 “Sign permits” is amended by amending subsection G.1 to read as follows: Temporary sign permits shall be issued for no more than twice a year in 45 day increments. An extension of a temporary sign permit shall be made the subject of application for a special use permit (PCDSC 2.150.020). SECTION 20. PCDSC 2.145.150 “Flexibility provisions” is amended by amending “district” to “zoning district,” in subsection “B.” SECTION 21. This ordinance shall take effect 31 days from and after the date of its adoption. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Supervisors, Pinal County, Arizona, this 5th day of September, 2012. /s/ David Snider, Chairman of the Board ATTEST: By: /s/ Sheri Cluff, Clerk of the Board APPROVED AS TO FORM: JAMES P. WALSH, PINAL COUNTY ATTORNEY BY /s/ Illegible, Deputy County Attorney MINER, CBN, SUN Legal 9/19/12


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BLM Continued from Page 3 requires the BLM to prepare a management plan that addresses road closures or travel restrictions necessary to protect monument objects. Regarding off highway vehicle (OHV) use, the plan makes specific routeby-route designations for every mile of the 615 miles of OHV route in the Sonoran Desert National Monument; about 411 miles are designated open while 204 miles are to be closed, decommissioned and rehabilitated to protect monument objects and other natural resources. Travel in the Lower Sonoran area will be restricted to existing routes until further travel management planning is completed and specific routes are designated. Of the 418,173 acres determined to possess

HPD Continued from Page 2 of 4th St. An agency assist was requested from DPS and Gila County with an accident with injuries on Hwy 177. Sept. 11 A medical assist was requested on the 400 block of 3rd St. in Winkelman. Complaints of ATV activity were received from the area of 3rd Ave and Velasco. A medical assist was requested on the 170 block of 2nd Ave. Sept. 12 Complaint of ATV activity was received in the area of 100 block of 1st Street. A medical assist was requested on the 100 block of Hillside. A written warning was issued for a head light violation. Sept. 14 Cattle were reported in the area of Quarelli in Winkelman. The cows were chased back into the flats.

Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona wilderness characteristics, 107,800 acres in the Sonoran Desert National Monument and 91,200 acres in the Lower Sonoran area will be managed to protect their wilderness characteristics. BLM will not manage for the protection of wilderness characteristics on the remaining areas due to factors such as the areas’ manageability, quality of wilderness characteristics, and the importance of other resource values and uses. Management decisions also provide for hunting, wildlife habitat, and sitting utilityscale renewable energy and utility corridors. On September 14, 2012, BLM Arizona State Director Ray Suazo released the RODs electronically to the public. The documents are available at BLM.gov/AZ The Draft RMP and Environmental Impact Statement were released on Aug. 26, 2011, for a 90-day public comment A medical assist was requested on the 600 block of Utah. Sept. 15 An agency assist was requested by PCSO for backup regarding suspicious activity at the DuBois Ranch. A report was received concerning loud music in the area of 9th St. and San Pedro. A report was received concerning loud music in the area of 2nd Ave.

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Notice for Publication ACC File Number: L17814345 1. Articles of Organization have been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for Mr. Fran’s Cookies, LLC. 2. The address of the known place of business is 7710 East Golden Eagle Circle, Gold Canyon, Arizona 85118. 3. The name and business address of the initial agent for service of process for this limited liability company is KEYTLaw, L.L.C., 3001 East Camelback, Suite 130, Phoenix, Arizona 85016. 4. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a Manager or Managers. 5. The name and address of the Manager of this limited liability company at the time of formation are: Francis N. Beebe, 7710 East Golden Circle, Gold Canyon, Arizona 85118. 6. The name and address of the only Member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of this limited liability company at the time of formation are: Francis N. Beebe, as Trustee of the Francis N. Beebe Trust under Agreement dated July 26, 2002, 7710 East Golden Circle, Gold Canyon, Arizona 85118. CBN Legal 9/12/12, 9/19/12, 9/26/12

period. The Proposed RMP/ Final Environmental Impact Statement was released for a 30-day protest period on June 15, 2012. Nine protests were received, all of which were carefully considered, though ultimately denied or dismissed, clearing the way

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ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION 1. The name of the organization: Ronald Jackson, LLC L-1777420-7 2. Known place of business in Arizona 303 S. Sundial Circle Payson, AZ 85541 3. The name and street address of the statutory agent in Arizona Ronald Jackson 303 S. Sundial Circle Payson, AZ 85541 Acceptance of Appointment by Statutory Agent: I Ronald Jackson, having been designated to act as Statutory Agent, hereby consent to act in that capacity until removed or resignation is submitted in accordance with the Arizona Revised Statute. Agent Signature: Ronald Jackson 4. Purpose of this Limited Liability Company is to provide the following service: BLANK 5. Dissolution: The latest date of Dissolution The Limited Liability Company is Perpetual 6. Management Structure: A.R.S. § 29-832(5) VESTED IN MANAGERS Ronald Jackson Manager 303 S. Sundial Circle Payson, AZ 85541 Sunwest Trust FBO Ronald Jackson Member P.O. Box #36371 Albuquerque NM 87176 Executed this 17th day of July, 2012 Executed by: Ronald Jackson Phone Number: 602-999-9665 CBN Legal 9/12/12, 9/19/12, 9/26/12

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: A public hearing will be held by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors at 9:30 A.M. on the 17th day of October, 2012, in the Board of Supervisors’ Hearing Room, Building A, 31 N. Pinal St, Florence, Arizona, to consider: PZ-C-003-12: text amendments to the county zoning ordinance, title 2 of the Pinal County Development Services Code amending Chapter 2.185 “Outside Storage and Parking” to make it unlawful for any person or resident/occupant to stand, park or store a vehicle or allow such actions in violation of chapter 2.185; to add definitions, to add or amend provisions concerning the parking of vehicles, including public service and public safety vehicles, on residential or rural property; to list zoning districts where the standing, parking or storage of heavy trucks are prohibited with certain exceptions and where the standing, parking or storage of heavy trucks are allowed subject to certain restrictions; and amending Chapter 2.105 “CI-1 Light Industry and Warehouse Zone,” Chapter 2.325 “C-3 General Commercial Zoning District,” Chapter 2.330 “I-1 Industrial Buffer Zoning District,” Chapter 2.335 “I-2 Light Industrial and Warehouse Zoning District” and Chapter 2.340 “I-3 Industrial Zoning District” by adding or amending as a “use permitted” in CI-1, I-2 and I-3 and as a special use In I-1: heavy truck storage, repair, service, staging and point of operation for trucking operations and their accessory equipment; and by adding as a special use in C-3: heavy truck parking, staging and point of operation for trucking operations and their accessory equipment. Copies of the proposed ordinance containing the text amendments are available for review on the Pinal County website Notice of Hearing page for the Board of Supervisors at: http:// www.pinalcountyaz.gov/Departments/ PlanningDevelopment/ on the Planning & Development Department page and at all Justice Courts, Libraries and Supervisors’ District Offices within Pinal County and the Planning and Development Department Office and Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors in Florence. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THIS MATTER MAY APPEAR AND SPEAK AT THE PUBLIC HEARING AT THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE DESIGNATED ABOVE. DATED THIS 13th DAY OF September, 2012. MINER, CBN, SUN Legal 9/19/12

for the Approved Resource Management Plans. The BLM appreciates the engagement of the public on these important issues throughout the development of the plans, including the

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NOTICE OF FILING OF ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION Name The name of the limited liability company is The Box O Ranch, LLC L-1786597-0. Registered Office and Agent The address of the initial registered office of the Company is 8450 North Reed Road, Florence, Arizona 87132. The name and address of the statutory agent for service of process is Delator Corporation, 8171 East Indian Bend Road, Suite 101, Scottsdale, Arizona 85250. Management Management of the Company is vested in the Managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager and each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: Managers: Miriam Reed 8450 North Reed Road Florence, Arizona 85132 Patsy Reed 8285 North Reed Road Florence, Arizona 85132. Members: Catherine H. Foster 8419 North Reed Road Florence, Arizona 85132 Linda Crane 11901 Breathless Drive Gold Canyon, Arizona 85118 Deborah Gonzales PO Box 40 Patagonia, Arizona 85624. CBN Legal 9/19/12, 9/26/12, 10/3/12

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Stanley M. Hammerman, Esq., (#004048) Jon R. Hultgren, Esq., (#010014) Vincent M. Creta, Esq., (#019044) HAMMERMAN & HULTGREN, P.C. 3101 North Central Avenue, Suite 500 Phoenix, Arizona 85012 Telephone: (602) 264-2566 Facsimile: (602) 266-3488 minute_ entry@hammerman-hultgren.com Attorneys for Plaintiff IN THE MARICOPA JUSTICE COURT PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA WESTERN AMERICAN LOAN INC., an Arizona Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. DELORES J. BALIO and JOHN DOE BALIO, Defendant(s). ) NO. CV20121165 SUMMONS THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO THE DEFENDANT(S): Delores J. Balio and John Doe Balio 5333 W. Dune Shadow Road Maricopa, AZ 85139 YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend, within the times applicable in this action in this Court. If served within Arizona, you shall appear and defend within 20 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If served out of the State of Arizona – whether by direct service, by registered mail or certified mail, or by publication – you shall appear and defend within 30 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you is complete, exclusive of the day of service. Service by registered or certified mail within the State of Arizona is complete 30 days after the date of filing the receipt and affidavit of service with the Court. Service by publication is complete 30 days after the date of first publication. Direct service is complete when made. A.R.C.P. 4. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that in case of your failure to appear and defend within the time applicable, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that requests for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the division assigned to the case by parties at least 3 judicial days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. “ A copy of the Complaint may be obtained from the Clerk of the MARICOPA JUSTICE COURT, at 19955 North Wilson Avenue, Maricopa, AZ 85139 or from Hammerman & Hultgren, P.C. At 3101 North Central Avenue, No. 500, Phoenix, AZ 85012” YOU ARE CAUTIONED that in order to appear and defend, you must file an Answer or proper response in writing with the Clerk of this Court, accompanied by the necessary filing fee, within the time required, AND YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A COPY OF ANY ANSWER OR RESPONSE UPON THE PLAINTIFF’S ATTORNEY. A.R.C.P. 10 (d); A.R.S. 12311; A.R.C.P. 5. SIGNED AND SEALED this date: 6/22/12 /s/ Tanya Scarlett Clerk CBN Legal 9/12/12, 9/19/12, 9/26/12, 10/3/12

Page 17 10,000 letters and e-mails received and the public’s participation in meetings. For more information or to request the plans on Compact Disc, call the BLM at 623-580-5500 between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:15 p.m., Monday through Friday or send an email to blm_az_ls_sdnm_plan@ blm.gov. Paper copies of the plans will be printed later and will be available in the beginning of November.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BY THE PINAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ON THE 17TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 2012 AT 9:30 A.M. IN THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HEARING ROOM, BUILDING A. 31 N. PINAL ST., FLORENCE ARIZONA, TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING REQUEST FOR MAJOR AMENDMENTS TO THE PINAL COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. PZ-PA-002-12: Pinal County, requesting a map amendment to the Pinal County Comprehensive Plan Amending the Open Space and Trails Exhibit by identifying the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail alignment through Pinal County. PZ-PA-003-12: Pinal County, requesting a map amendment to the Pinal County Comprehensive Plan by amending the locations of trails alignments within the Pinal County Comprehensive Plan Open Space and Trails Exhibit. PZ-PA-004-12: Pinal County, requesting a text amendment to the Pinal County Comprehensive Plan Chapter 10: Implementation; to establish when a trail realignment is considered a major, non-major or administrative amendment within the Pinal County Comprehensive Plan. PZ-PA-005-12: Pinal County, requesting a text amendment to the Pinal County Comprehensive Plan to amend the text of Chapter 3: Sense of Community and Chapter 7: Environmental Stewardship by: • Amending the opening paragraph regarding Mixed Use Activity Centers in Chapter 3 Sense of Community (pg. 72) to address urban heat island effect; • Adding a new Mixed Use Activity Center Planning Guideline in Chapter 3 Sense of Community (pg. 78) regarding underground, understructure and multilevel parking structures. • adding a new policy 7.2.2.3 concerning rainwater harvesting techniques (pg 265); • amending policy 7.4.1.5 concerning energy efficiency (pg 278) • renumbering policy 7.4.2.3 to 7.8.1.1 and renumbering policy 7.4.2.4 to 7.4.2.3 for formatting purposes; • adding a new goal 7.8, a new objective 7.8.1 and two new policies 7.8.1.2 and 7.8.1.3 (pg 283) concerning urban heat islands; • Adding three sidebars to Chapter 7 by describing and highlighting the terms: Urban Heat Islands, Cool Pavements, Cool Roofs and Green Roofs (pg. 283); PZ-PA-006-12: Pinal County, requesting a text amendment to the Pinal County Comprehensive Plan Chapter 6: Open Spaces and Places; to a new objective 6.2.2 for the creation of a trails manual within the Pinal County Comprehensive Plan. DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO THIS CASE CAN BE FOUND ON THE NOTICE OF HEARING PAGE FOR THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AT: http:// www.pinalcountyaz.gov/Departments/ PlanningDevelopment/ ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THIS MATTER MAY APPEAR AT THE HEARING AT THE TIME AND PLACE DESIGNATED ABOVE AND SHOW CAUSE, IF ANY, WHY THIS PETITION SHOULD NOT BE GRANTED. IT IS DIFFICULT TO NOTIFY ALL INTERESTED PARTIES, SO IF YOU KNOW OF ANYONE WITH AN INTEREST IN THIS CASE, PLEASE INFORM THEM OF THIS PUBLIC HEARING. MINER, CBN, SUN Legal 9/19/12

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NOTICE ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR 1. Name: DNG Construction, LLC. 2. ACC File No.: L-1780199-9. 3. The address of the known place of business is: 30267 North Royal Oak Way, San Tan Valley, Pinal County, AZ 85143. 4. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent are: Milligan Lawless, P.C., 4647 North 32nd St., Ste. 185, Phoenix, AZ 85018. 5. Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the Members: Dominic G. DeMark, 2911 E. Gary Way, Phoenix, AZ 85042, and David A. Gray, 30267 N. Royal Oak Way, San Tan Valley, AZ 85143. CBN Legal 9/5/12, 9/12/12, 9/19/12

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MOYES SELLERS & HENDRICKS Keith L. Hendricks (No. 012750) Stephen Brower (No. 024908) Travys Harvey (No. 024614) 1850 North Central Avenue, Suite 1100 Phoenix, Arizona 85004 Telephone: (602) 604-2141 khendricks@law-msh.com sbrower@law-msh.com Attorneys for Endocrinology Associates SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA MARICOPA COUNTY ENDOCRINOLOGY ASSOCIATES, P.A., an Arizona corporation, Plaintiff, v. SHEKEYLIA JOHNSON; CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON, DOES 1-10; CORPORATIONS 1-10; LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES 1-10; PARTNERSHIPS 1-10; LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS 1-10; TRUSTS 1-10, Defendants. No. CV2012 009653 SUMMONS THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO THE DEFENDANTS: SHEKEYLIA JOHNSON 4851 S. Vista Place Chandler, AZ 85248 CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON 4851 S. Vista Place Chandler, AZ 85248 YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend, within the time applicable, in this action in this court. If served within Arizona, you must appear and defend within 20 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If served out of the State of Arizona, whether by direct service, by registered or certified mail, or by publication, you shall appear and defend within 30 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you is complete, exclusive of the day of service. Where process is served upon the Arizona Director of Insurance as an insurer’s attorney to receive service of legal process against it in this state, the insurer shall not be required to appear, answer or plead until the expiration of 40 days after date of such service upon the Director. Service by registered or certified mail without the State of Arizona is complete 30 days after the date of receipt by the party being served. Service by publication is complete 30 days after the date of first publication. Direct service is complete when made. Service upon the Arizona Motor Vehicle Superintendent is complete 30 days after filing the Affidavit of Compliance and return receipt or Officer’s Return. Ariz. R. Civ. P. 4, 4.1, 4.2 and 12(a). YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that in case of your failure to appear and defend within the time applicable, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. YOU ARE CAUTIONED that in order to appear and defend, you must file an Answer or proper response in writing with the Clerk of this Court, accompanied by the necessary filing fee, within the time required, and you are required to serve a copy of any Answer or response upon the Plaintiff’s attorney. Ariz. R. Civ. P. 5, 10; A.R.S. § 12-311. Requests for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the division assigned to the case by parties at least three (3) judicial days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. Ariz. R. Civ. P. 4(b). The name and address of Plaintiff’s attorneys are: Stephen Brower, Moyes Sellers & Hendricks, 1850 N. Central Avenue, Suite 1100, Phoenix, Arizona 85004; Telephone: (602) 6042170; Email: sbrower@law-msh.com SIGNED AND SEALED THIS DATE: CLERK By Michael K Jeanes June 26, 2012 CBN Legal 9/5/12, 9/12/12, 9/19/12, 9/26/12


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St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church would like thank the entire community for their support during 2012 Fiesta. Thank you to all those who helped setup booths, take down booths, those that helped cleanup and those that worked in the booths. Thank you to the entertainment committee, those that helped organize the parade and those that helped to sell tickets. Thank you to the Fiesta Chairman and those that took charge of a booth and helped to staff the booth during the Fiesta weekend. Thank you to family of the 2012 queen, Alicia Arriola for all their hard work and support and to the queen committee chairperson. Thank you to the car show organizers and thank you to all those that gave their time, donations and hard work that help make this a very memorable and successful Fiesta. The theme of “Count Your Blessings” is certainly true, as we are truly blessed to belong to such a wonderful and supportive community. Thank you and Remain Blessed Fr. James Aboyi, VC Pastor

hank you from the bottom of our hearts to those of you who shared your life stories and prayers with us, the family members of Bill and Ruth Lacy, during the services for William Lacy on August 2, 2012, in Kearny and Hayden. Our deepest appreciation goes out to the staff of the Copper Communities Hospice and for the well-coordinated efforts of GriffithBulman Mortuary. It is very clear to us by the warmth of the friends who gathered why our parents chose this community to live out the last half of their lives. ratefully yours from their Children: Paulette Lacy and Charlie & Judie Bibbs; and, Grandchildren: Scott & Teresa Sherwood, Tami Sherwood, Nicky Sherwood, and Mike Joyce. f you so desire, please sign William Lacy's Guestbook online at www. griffithmortuary.com

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